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Fully funded PhD Scholarships at Copenhagen Business school Denmark

Written by Sajjad Ashfaq
Fully funded PhD Scholarships are open at Copenhagen Business school Denmark for 2017-18.


Copenhagen Business School (Danish: Handelshøjskolen i København) often abbreviated and referred to as CBS, is a public university situated in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. CBS was established in 1917 by the Danish Society for the Advancement of Business Education and Research (FUHU), however, it wasn’t until 1920 that accounting became the first full study programme at CBS. Today CBS has more than 20,000 students, 2,000 employees[1] and offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programmes within business, typically with an interdisciplinary and international focus. CBS is accredited by EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System), AMBA (Association of MBAs), as well as AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), thus making it one of the few schools worldwide to hold the “triple-crown” accreditation, and along with Aarhus BSS, the only two in Denmark[2]
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#Deadline:
21 May 2017
 https://youtu.be/Ix5E9yrap0s
#Details:
Copenhagen Business School invites applications for a number of vacant PhD scholarships (3-5) at the Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics (INO). The main objective of the university is to provide high quality, comprehensive educational and training opportunities that are compatible to changing needs of the students. Copenhagen Business School often abbreviated and referred to as CBS, is a public university situated in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark.
#Eligibility:
> The Department will give priority to applicants with the following qualifications: high grades from their universities, an educational background in the social sciences, and finally, the applicants must be fluent in English.
> To be considered for the three-year program, the candidate should have a basic training at the Masters level (similar to the 3 + 2 Bologna process and a total of 180+120 ECTS). However, applicants who hold a one year Master’s degree may also be considered for evaluation. PhD students who enter the PhD program with a one year Master’s degree (60 ECTS) may be offered a four-year program.

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